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  • Sewerage improvement work taking place in Henleaze, Bristol

    By thecriddler at 09:34 on 26/02/13
    Sewerage improvement work taking place in Henleaze, Bristol.
    Henleaze - sewerage improvement work is currently taking place in Henleaze - Wellington Hill West, Cherington Road and Glenwood Road A Wessex Water spokesman said: "Although our work doesn't require a road closure on Wellington Hill West, in the interests of public safety, it will inevitably require some traffic management which will also help to complete the work as quickly as possible. "Recently there has been work...
  • No more Sunday on-street parking charges in Bristol city centre

    By matt_2009 at 14:59 on 19/11/12
    Bristol Mayor George Ferguson.
    Bristol's new Mayor has implemented his first pledge – within an hour of being sworn in. Bristol is saying goodbye to Sunday charging for city centre on-street parking just three weeks after it was introduced. Bristol Mayor George Ferguson, said: "I've heard the traffic management arguments, but I firmly believe in doing everything we can to keep Sunday special and already it is clear that it would only raise peanuts per...
  • Long delays still on the M4 around Bristol after lorry overturned this morning

    By matt_2009 at 16:38 on 17/10/12
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    Motorists are being advised to be patient and avoid the motorway network on the M4 eastbound between junctions 19 and 20 - where a lorry overturned this morning. Police say there are no reported injuries however the incident has caused major traffic disruption which has continued throughout the day. Traffic westbound is being diverted off at junction 20 onto the M5 southbound and filtered to use the A4 and M49 before rejoining the M4...
  • Upper Belgrave Road by Bristol Downs to be closed for eight weeks in mid October

    By matt_2009 at 15:04 on 05/09/12
    Upper Belgrave Road by Bristol Downs to be closed for eight weeks in mid October.
    There might well be a tad more traffic in and around the area from mid October... Upper Belgrave Road, which runs parallel to The Downs, will be closed for eight weeks - for part of the Bristol Resilience Scheme to be completed. The whole project is due to be completed in the spring of 2013. Bristol Water said: "The project will lay a new network that will allow us to move water from our northern sources into the heart of...

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